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dermoid

[ dur-moid ]
/ ˈdɜr mɔɪd /
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adjective

skinlike; dermatoid.

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Origin of dermoid

First recorded in 1810–20; derm- + -oid
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British Dictionary definitions for dermoid

dermoid
/ (ˈdɜːmɔɪd) /

adjective

of or resembling skin

noun

a congenital cystic tumour whose walls are lined with epithelium
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Medical definitions for dermoid

dermoid
[ dûrmoid′ ]

adj.

Resembling skin; skinlike.

n.

dermoid cyst
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